Your alarm goes off early in the morning. You jump out of bed happy and excited to go to work. At your job, you’re energized, engaged and successful, which ultimately maximizes the company’s productivity. It doesn’t feel like work; instead, it’s motivating, fulfilling and fun. Work isn’t just your job, it’s your passion.
Realize Your Passions
That is exactly what the organizers of the first annual Renew Women’s Retreat hope you will find at the event—a weekend of self-discovery, personal growth, education and relationship building that has the capacity to give you back to you.
Held November 9-10 at Miracle Lodge, Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch in Stewartville, the all-women’s retreat will help you explore and answer the following: What do you really want to do? How do you make it happen? How do you balance the management of family and business?
LuAnn Buechler, event founder and manager, speaker and certified facilitator of the Passion Test and Passion Test for Business, helps people find and reach their career and life goals “We women often take care of ourselves last and often feel the need for support, but always seem to try to go it alone,” says Buechler. “This is a collaborative retreat of women helping women, caring for each other, providing each other with valuable information, support and caring.”
Renew your spirit
In the serene, natural environment of Miracle Lodge, business women and stay-at-home moms alike can explore health, wellness and financial advice, as well as equine-assisted learning designed to stimulate creativity and enhance problem solving.
Enjoy conversational meals, optional overnight a ccommodations and educational presentations by professional speakers and event sponsors who will share their talents and skills. Or simply relax.
“Participants can choose to do whatever they want to with no
demands—we provide options for self-reflection, renewal and lots of caring,” explains Buechler.
You will leave with a greater understanding of what your passions are and how to live what you love.
For more information about the retreat and to register, visit renewwomensretreat.com.